This research is prepared by using TUIK (Turkish Statistical Institute) data of 2003-2013. Our research is an applied research, and different statistical analyses are conducted on the obtained data. The research is enhanced with Granger causality test, correlation, unit root tests and regression analyses. As in many world countries, certain developments experienced in Turkey generate positive effects especially on woman labor market and employment. Although the increase in the participation of women in labor market is not intense, it has been seen that it gets better in comparison with the past via certain new arrangements. At the end of this research, it is seen that especially women cannot meet their expectations in the labor market and that certain applications, rights and personal benefits are not given them. An important issue is that the unregistered woman employment is still experienced to a high degree in Turkey in spite of the regulated legal arrangements. Another issue to be emphasized is that the recovery and improvement in educational status which is an important factor in the participation of women in qualified labor are not fast enough. The fact that the number of women on white-collar management position is low addresses that the important problems in woman employment remain still. It is shown as a result of the research that labor productivity and happiness of employed women who have a high level of education are much higher. That women who have high school and below education are employed in passive and unqualified works is also seen. The result suggesting that low income and economic insufficiency cause unhappiness on woman employees and that the deterioration of work load and working conditions affect womens performance and productivity on a significant level is found out.
Keywords: Woman, Labor, Employment, Satisfaction, Relationship, Work, Conditions